A few weeks ago when I was looking for lazy daisy cake and other lazy recipes, I came across this one for “Lazy Sunday Casserole“. It looked interesting and I’m all for something that’s big on flavour and small on effort. When I was out for groceries this week I picked up some beef sausages.
I will make this again – it was really easy and very tasty. Next time I’ll get some better sausages – these were just the store brand and were a little bland.
I followed Wendy’s advice from the last time and made a 1.5 batch of the pastry. I found it easier to roll out to have enough to flap over the top. I used four big Gala apples.
We’ve had some cooler weather this week. Good to stay in and relax.
I was working away on my Lightweight Pullover and broke my needle!!! ZOMG! I had about half of my 300+ stitches fall off, but because the Rowan Tweed is pretty sticky, I was able to get them back on a different needle without too much trouble. I had some old metal/aluminum circs and dug out a 3 mm one. I hate working with it, but it will do until a new Addi Natura comes in the mail. Hopefully tomorrow.
Anyway, I have been using the size small stitch count and reached the point where I would take the sleeve stitches off and work on the torso. My stitch gauge now matches the pattern gauge (it was originally 5.75 per inch instead of the 6 per inch pattern gauge) so I will do another 1.5 inches or so of increasing and then split the sleeves off. It’s making a really nice fabric.